Monday, April 1, 2013

Nintendo New York Link Cable Connects GameBoy Advance Gamers!

  "Nintendo New York Link Cable" Group Links Fans to their Game Boy Advances in New York City!
Nintendo Gamecube and Gameboy Advance fans join the Nintendo New York Link Cable's first meeting TODAY at Video Games New York (202 E 6th Street, New York, New York 10003) from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM to play GBA Games and trade Pokemon!

Two years ago the Gameboy Advance launched and has taken the United States by storm, debuting on June 11th at the Pokemon Center in New York City. Since then, enthused fans have set up monthly meetings around the world to revel in the improved Four Player Link Cable of the new 16-it 512 simultaneous colors handheld. For more information please visit the Official Nintendo Website.

The Nintendo New York Link Cable is a subset of the much larger, global-wide grassroots Nintendo Link Cable network of meetings popping up all over the globe from America to Japan and South Africa. Their goal is for fans of the Gameboy Advance system to interact face to face in a groovy public venue and to promote a totally boss public image of Nintendo Fans in the New York Metro Area along with the official Nintendo Street Team.

Jordan Grey, Founder of the Nintendo New York Link Cable, is excited for the group's first meet up TODAY, Monday April 1st where a legion of fans will descend upon Video Games New York (202 E 6th Street, New York, New York 10003) to trade Pokemon in the recently released Ruby and Sapphire game for the GBA as well as play multiplayer games and talk about upcoming GBA and Gamecube news.

(NOTE: Not an April Fools Joke, Join Us Here: )

"After being invited to the Cube Club in New York, I was inspired to make local meet ups to meet my fellow Nintendo gamers so we can play freakin' awesome Gameboy Advance games and rounds of Smash Brothers Melee" said Jordan Grey. "While off to a slow start I expect huge things from this totally hardcore system and I also cant wait to talk about this rumored Gameboy Advance 2 everyone is talking about. Supposedly it squirts water at you and also has two screens! Rumors are crazy I tell you, how can anyone play with TWO screens?"

The group can be found at these popular online portals as well as be contacted online via IRC at #nintendonylinkcable:


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